Web host

Web host

A dedicated Web server or shared Web server on the Internet. The term may also refer to the organization that operates the servers. See Web hosting.
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Sustainable Marketing is a soup-to-nuts web host that uses wind power to offset its energy use.
Livemon, built using tested open-source technologies like PHP and Mysql, fits into a web host's infrastructure seamlessly and does not demand investments in new software to get it running.
The greatest benefit of using a Web host is the assurance that it will keep your site up and running.
One of the keys to reliability in a Web host is redundancy.
North internet service provider Onyx Internet has been rated the most reliable web host in the UK.
The company produces a database for visitors searching for a web host and is accessible via a network of partner sites.
Here are a few things you should consider when shopping for a Web host:
If you are not using a template-hosting combination service like those mentioned under "billboard sites," you'll need to pay for a web host. I'm happy with Verio (www.verio.corn), but there are many others, some as low as $15/month.
The Web Host Industry Review (www.thewhir.com) provides an impartial look at the Web hosting industry for industry insiders and companies looking for large and small hosting solutions.
The company has won the Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud Partner Award 2011, Microsoft's Global Hosting Partner Award for 2011 and was voted Best Web Host 2011 by the readers of Computer Shopper.
Sumo is better known under its InternetList.com domain and its various offshoots, including Web Host List and Ultimate ISP List.
San Francisco, CA, October 01, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Known, an open source publishing platform used to empower both individuals and groups to own their social activity online, today announced that it had entered into an exclusive web hosting sponsorship agreement with DreamHost, the Los Angeles-based web host and domain registrar.